1 edition of probabilistic approach to the near roadway impact of air pollutants. found in the catalog.
probabilistic approach to the near roadway impact of air pollutants.
1982 by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Offices of Research and Development, National Technical Information Service [distributor] in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Federal Highway Administration. Offices of Research and Development., University of Virginia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
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Offices of Research and Development.; University of Virginia.;]. Packed with numerous new examples Fundamentals of Air Pollution, Fifth Edition provides a multidisciplinary approach to the various aspects of air pollution design and control.
Updated to reflect the numerous changes in the regulations, new threats and new technologies to combat these threats, the 5th edition of this classic book features new sections on carbon Cited by: Urban Transportation and Air Pollution synthesizes state-of-the-art methods on estimating near-road concentrations of roadway emissions.
The book provides the information needed to make estimates using methods based on a minimal set of model inputs that can be applied by a wide range of users in many situations.
The fifth edition maintains a strong interdisciplinary approach to the study of air pollution, covering such topics as chemistry, physics, meteorology, engineering, toxicology, policy, and regulation.
New material includes near-road air pollution, new risk assessment approaches, indoor air quality, Reviews: 1. Near Roadway Air Pollution and Health: Frequent Questions With more than 45 million people in the United States living, working, or attending school within feet of a major road, airport or railroad there is growing concern about the health impacts of roadway traffic.
In near-road field studies, air pollution impact from major roadways is commonly detected at distances of several hundred meters, although under unique meteorological conditions the spatial extent of near-road air pollution can be up to several kilometers (Hu et al., ).
This model domain is designed to focus on impacts within several hundred meters of a by: Increasing the distance from the road to more than meters, or approximately feet, might decrease concentrations of some air pollutants by at least 50% (Karner et al., ).
Also, research has demonstrated that traffic noise at normal urban levels can also lead to stress and sleep disturbances, both of which can lead to a higher risk for type 2 diabetes (Sørensen et al. Research Synthesis # "Reducing Near Roadway Exposure to Air Pollution" CARB is actively investigating mitigation measures to reduce exposure to traffic pollution and protect people‘s health.
This research note summarizes results. Modeling the effects of roadside impact of roadside barriers on near-road air quality. CWE Heist, D. K., S. Perry, et al. () Atmospheric Environment Modeling the effects of roadside structures on near-road air pollution | US EPA ARCHIVE DOCUMENT Author: US EPA, ORD, Air Pollution Prevention and Control Division File Size: 2MB.
The Near-Road Exposures and Effects of Urban Air Pollutants Study (NEXUS) was designed to examine the relationship between near-roadway exposures to air pollutants and respiratory outcomes in a cohort of asthmatic children who live close to major roadways in Detroit, Michigan by: This study investigates the magnitude of air pollution impacts and health risks to on- and near-road populations that might occur due to recurring congestion, such as Monday through Friday rush hour traffic.
Recurring congestion can result in repeated and chronic exposures, and an increase in long term health by: The Near-road EXposures and effects of urban air probabilistic approach to the near roadway impact of air pollutants. book Study (NEXUS) was designed to examine the relationship between near-roadway exposures to air pollutants and respiratory outcomes in a cohort of asthmatic children who live close to major roadways in Detroit, Michigan USA.
The NEXUS began in September, and will continue until mid Fundamentals of Air Pollution is an important and widely used textbook in the environmental science and engineering community. This thoroughly revised fifth edition of Fundamentals of Air Pollution has been updated throughout and remains the most complete text available, offering a stronger systems perspective and more coverage of international issues relating to air pollution.
EXTERNAL REVIEW DRAFT - DO NOT CITE OR QUOTE Using Probabilistic Methods to Enhance the Role of Risk Analysis in Decision-Making With Case Study Examples Prepared by Risk Assessment Forum PRA Technical Panel Working Groups EPA//R/ "THIS INFORMATION IS DISTRIBUTED SOLELY FOR THE PURPOSE OF PRE-DISSEMINATION.
Road transportation is expected to remain a major contributor to air pollution in the future (Truscott et al., ;Franco et al., ). Although concentrations of key pollutants such as NO 2. Model evaluation of roadside barrier impact on near-road air pollution Gayle S.W.
Haglera,*, Wei Tangb, Matthew J. Freemanb, David K. Heistc, Steven G. Perryc, Alan F. Vettec aUS EPA, Ofﬁce of Research and Development, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Research Triangle Park, NCUSA b Lockheed Martin Corporation, Information Systems File Size: KB.
fecting near-road pollutant concentrations include regional fuel compositions, prevailing weather con-ditions, and local congestion-mitigation programs implemented to reduce traffic emissions.
The air pollutants most commonly used in epi-demiologic studies as a surrogate for an individual’s exposure to traffic emissions are carbon monoxide. Air pollution is a global issue, it is a growing challenge since the time of industrialization and according to WHO ambient both urban and rural areas.
Approximately 36 million people in the U.S. live within feet of a four-lane highway, railroad, or airport. 1 Emerging evidence suggests that near-roadway air pollution (NRP) exposure causes childhood asthma.
2,3,4,5 A causal relationship implies that any subsequent asthma exacerbation, regardless of its precipitating trigger, can be attributed to NRP exposure. 6 In Cited by: Car pollutants cause immediate and long-term effects on the environment.
Car exhausts emit a wide range of gases and solid matter, causing global warming, acid rain, and harming the environment and human health.
Engine noise and fuel spills also cause pollution. Cars, trucks and other forms of transportation are the single largest contributor. Medora, ND – National Parks Conservation Association today released an independent analysis, raising numerous concerns about air pollution from Meridian Energy Group’s proposed oil refinery near Theodore Roosevelt National Park’s boundary in North North Dakota Department of Health and the National Park Service are currently reviewing an air.
India contributes 24% of the global annual child deaths due to acute respiratory infections (ARIs). According to WHO, nearly 50% of the deaths among children due to ARIs is because of indoor air pollution (IAP).
There is insufficient evidence on the relationship between IAP from the use of solid fuels and incidence of life threatening respiratory illnesses (LTRI) in Cited by: Air pollutants emitted by coal-fired power plants include nitrogen and sulfur oxides, hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride gases, and arsenic, lead and other metals.
Power generation for factories may cause greater air pollution than the factory processes. Natural gas is the least polluting fossil fuel for power generation. An air pollution health risk assessment (AP-HRA) estimates the health impact to be expected from mea-sures that affect air quality, in different socioeconomic, environmental, and policy circumstances.
As such, it is an important tool for informing public policy decisions. This document introduces the concept.
to loss of habitat quality arising from the subsequent impact of air pollution from traffic. The review did not address the potential for on- site management to mitigate nitrogen deposition associated with road traffic emissions, but a recent review has identified that the.
Table Predicted Cumulative Air Pollutants Concentrations under “With Project” Table Unmitigated Road Traffic Noise Impact, dB(A) Table Noise Levels from Sports Events at Main Stadium (Retractable Roof Fully Environmental Impact Assessment Report.
Roadway air dispersion modeling is the study of air pollutant transport from a roadway or other linear emitter. Computer models are required to conduct this analysis, because of the complex variables involved, including vehicle emissions, vehicle speed, meteorology, and terrain geometry.
Line source dispersion has been studied since at least the s, when the regulatory. benefit-cost analyses of the Clean Air Act (U.S. EPA, and ) and in Regulatory Impact Analyses (RIAs) for rules such as the Heavy Duty Diesel Engine/Fuel Rule (U.S.
EPA, ) and the Non-road Diesel Engine Rule (EPA, ). Because it is such a large component of benefits, obtaining a good characterization of uncertainties regarding. The utilization of Natural Ventilation (NV) can deteriorate indoor air quality (IAQ) when in close proximity to roadways, although the intention is often to reduce energy consumption.
In this study, we employed a CFD-based air quality model to quantify the impact of traffic-related air pollutants (i.e. The individual point-source approach requires that each point-source be licensed to emit no more than a set amount of pollutants.
Under the bubble policy an entire factory area can be treated as a point-source. This allows the polluter the advantage of deciding how much pollution to put out of each smoke stack under the "bubble.".
The present work reports the distribution of pollutants in the Madrid city and province from 22 monitoring stations during to Statistical tools were used to interpret and model air pollution data. The data include the annual average concentrations of nitrogen oxides, ozone, and particulate matter (PM 10), collected in Madrid and its suburbs, which is one of the largest Cited by: 2.
3 I Air Pollution and the Health of New Yorkers: The Impact of Fine Particles and Ozone Executive Summary Air pollution is a leading environmental threat to the health of urban populations overall and specifically to New York City residents. Clean air laws and regulations have improved the air quality in New York and most other large cities, but.
Air, land, and water pollution caused 9 million premature deaths inor 16% of all deaths worldwide. About 92% of all pollution-related mortality is seen in low-income and middle-income countries, with the poor, marginalized, and young hardest hit by the health effects of.
Air pollution is a complex problem that plays a key role in human well-being, environment and climate change. Since cities are, by nature, concentrations of humans, materials and activities, air pollution is clearly a typical phenomenon associated with urban centres and industrialized regions (Fenger, ; de Leeuw et al., ).Since approximately half the population of the Cited by: 4.
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et al ).Both the inhabited and uninhabited environment is threatened and one such indication is the changes of the climate (Theophanides, T. et al. ).Furthermore, as ofthe International Union for Cited by: 3.
This paper outlines the approach taken for inclusion of air quality in the version of the Calculator released in December Summary. In this methodology air quality (AQ) emissions are calculated for four different air quality pollutants: nitrogen oxides (NOX), Particulate Matter (PM10), sulphur dioxide (SO2) and non-methane volatile organic compounds (NMVOCs).
Near-Roadway Air Quality: Synthesizing the Findings from Real-World Data. Despite increasing regulatory attention and literature linking roadside air pollution to health outcomes, studies on near roadway air quality have not yet been well synthesized.
We employ data collected from as reported in 41 roadside monitoring studies, encompassing. processing countries. In addition to air pollution, this industry also causes impairment to the health of the workers, and is classified as a unit carrying on hazardous process.2 The Study Problem Thus cashew nut processing involves both air pollution and indoor pollution.
EPA/e July SOURCE ASSESSMENT: SEVERITY OF STATIONARY AIR POLLUTION SOURCES--A SIMULATION APPROACH by E.G. Eimutis, B.J.
Holmes, and L. B. Mote Monsanto Research Corporation Nicholas Road Dayton, Ohio Contract No. ROAPNo. 21AXM Program Element No. 1AB EPA Project Officer: Dale A. .Prediction of air pollution exposure levels of people living near or commuting on roadways is still very problematic due to the highly localized nature of traffic intensity, fleet composition, and extremely complex air flow patterns in urban areas.
Both modelling and field studies have suggested that noise barriers can lower traffic-related air pollution in near-road areas. Whitlow, T.H., Hall, A., Zhang, K.M. and Anguita, J. Impact of local traffic exclusion on near-road air quality: Findings from the New York City Summer Streets campaign.
Envt. Poll. Progress 10/01/10 to 09/30/11 Outputs OUTPUTS: Activities. Conducted field experiments adjacent to Flushing Meadows/Corona Park in Queens, NY.